Population: 13.481.234 inhabitants
Area: 390.760 Km2
Coin: Zimbabwe dollar
PIB: 2.038 $ per capita
Name official: Republic of Zimbabwe.
Capital: Harare (ex Salisbury) 1.600.000 inhabitants (2006).
Other cities: Bulawayo 794.600 inhabitants; Chitungwiza 390.600; Mutare 168.100 (2000).
Religion: traditional African cults (55%); Christians (45%), mostly Anglicans.
Geography: Zimbabwe country is a high, undulated plateau. The most important area– or High Veld–, a combination of fertile soils, favourable rainfalls and new posibilities of mining, concentrates most of the urban population. The weather is tropical, regulated by the altitude.
Population: 38.549.710 inhabitants
Superficie terrestre: 580.370 Km2
Coin: Kenyan shilling
PIB: 1.240 $ per capita
Language: English and Suahili
Name official: Jamhuri ya Kenya
Capital: Nairobi 2.575.000 inhabitants (2003).
Otras cities: Mombasa 685.000 inhabitants; Nakuru 319.200; Kisumu 266.300; Machakos 173.700(2000).
Geography. Kenya country is located in the central-East coast of Africa. The country lacks of ethnic and geographic uniformity. Four regions can be distinguished from East to West: a coastal plain, with regular rainfall and tropical jungles; an interior area, sparcely populated, with little rainfall in the North and North-East; a mountainous area at the East side of the Great Rift Valley, with a climate ruled by high-altitude zones and volcanic soil suitable for farming, where most of the population and economic activities are concentrated; and, finally, the West area is filled by an arid plateau, although part of it benefits from the proximity of Lake Victoria.
Population: 85.219.109 inhabitants
Area: 1.104.300 Km2
Coin: Ehiopian birr
PIB: 1.055 $ per capita
Name official: Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia
Capital: Addis-Abeba 2.723.000 inhabitants (2003).
Otras cities: Dire Dawa 202.700 inhabitants; Harar 93.900 (2000).
Government: Federal republic
Religión: The Ethiopian Orthodox Church is the most popular between Amhara and Tigray.
Geography. Ethiopia is a mountainous country, without coasts, with an altitude higher than 4.000 m. It is isolated of neighbour regions due to its topography. There are three vegetation areas, disposed in terms of altitude, in the plateaus and mountains: the high plateau, which are higher than 2.500 metres, is rainy and cold. The Dega is where cereals are cultivated and cattle is herd. In the deep valleys which crossed the plateau warm rainy regions and jungles are founded: it is called the Kolla (over 1.500 m). The medium plateaus (1.500-2.500 m), with a less rainy, warm weather, are the most populated areas. There, coffee and cotton are cultivated. At East, the desertic plateau of Ogaden has a population of Somali nomad sheperds.
1. Answer with the right country: Zimbabwe, Kenya or Ethiopia